The Dallas Symphony Orchestra is one of America’s major orchestras in the United States. Just as the magnificent music produced by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra is the result of complementary arrangements of diverse instruments, we believe the blending of diverse individuals can produce the same harmonious results. Diversity brings a depth and richness to the organization that would be otherwise unattainable.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package for full-time employees, a business casual work environment, free covered parking at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center and free tickets for select concerts. If you’d like to be a part of a world-class symphony, here are a few of the positions we currently have open. 

Current Open Positions

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Creative Services Manager (CSM). This role requires not only a discerning eye and creative vision, but also the ability to successfully manage projects from kick-off to final deliverables.

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The Dallas Symphony seeks a seasoned Chief Advancement and Revenue Officer (CARO). This high-level executive position will be directly responsible for successfully leading and implementing an integrated revenue stream comprised of donations and earned revenue. Success will be achieved by leading the strategy of our development and marketing departments to build the organization’s visibility, impact, and financial resources.

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The Grant Writer will write and submit grant proposals to support all orchestra programs through the annual fund, endowment, special projects and other campaigns.

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The Dallas Symphony Orchestra has several opportunities available for Part-Time Contract Teaching Artists (violin, cello, percussion, and bassoon) in our Young Musicians program. One of many educational programs offered through the Dallas Symphony, Young Musicians is a year- round, summer and after-school music program designed to nurture and empower youth in southern Dallas and beyond.

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The Dallas Symphony Orchestra has several part-time opportunities for professional and friendly individuals as Ushers. The essential responsibility of the Usher is to provide exemplary customer service and a welcome and safe environment for all patrons, guests, and clients of the Morton. H. Meyerson Symphony Center.

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The Dallas Symphony Orchestra has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Camera Operator. This role will be responsible for operating up to eight (8) robotic cameras simultaneously during a Dallas Symphony Orchestra performance weekend and capturing performances at a high quality level.

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The Dallas Symphony Orchestra has a great opportunity for an organized professional to facilitate the daily operations of the DSO administrative offices and the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center. This individual will provide general assistance with the office facility functions as a Part-Time Office Services Coordinator.

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The Dallas Symphony has an exciting opportunity for a ticketing and customer service professional to serve as our next Guest Services Manager (GSM). The GSM oversees ticket operations and box office management for all DSO and third party performances at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center.

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Current Internship Opportunities

PLEASE NOTE: Due to an increase in online scams and identity theft, please be aware that should you be selected for an interview, the Dallas Symphony Human Resources office will contact you directly by phone. The Dallas Symphony does not communicate with candidates using chat services and will not make a legitimate job offer to candidates in an online forum.